Summer is winding down, and that means that hockey season is almost here. Along with it comes the new NHL 18 PlayStation 4 Bundle, available only in Canada, on September 15th for $379.99.
The bundle includes a 1TB PlayStation 4 system, a matching DualShock 4 Wireless Controller, and NHL 18.
Now’s your chance to get warmed up for the Raptors season with the NBA 2K18 PlayStation 4 Bundle that’s joining the PS4 team on September 15th, for CAD $379.
This Canadian-exclusive bundle features a 1TB PS4 system, a matching DualShock 4 Wireless Controller, and NBA 2K18 Early Tip-Off edition.
This is the biggest season yet in the world of EA Sports. Whether you’re a veteran of the games or if you just love sports and want another way to express your fandom, this year’s lineup will offer something for everyone. From introducing all new ways to team up and play with friends to reinvented career experiences that change how you shape your legacy to story modes that take you on a journey through the highs and lows of the sport, these games capture the passion, competition and intensity of the sport like never before. Here’s an overview of what to expect this year:
Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson circle each other warily in the octagon. Gustafsson leans on his rear foot, his toes spreading subtly under the weight; Jones shuffles forward, his shoulders clenching as he adopts a defensive position. Soon, the fighters trade blows, leaving livid bruises on each others’ bodies and blood stains on the floor.
After playing past FIFAs and watching real-world football, we realized that we weren’t quite capturing how emotional it feels to score a goal. In FIFA 14, we want people to really feel that emotion of scoring great goals. In addition to the emotion in the context of a match, great goals are achieved by either (or both) great finishing and fantastic build up play.
Starting today, I’m happy to report that EA Sports is bundling four of its hit PS3 sports titles with tons of bonus downloadable content on PSN! If you’ve been meaning to pick up Madden NFL 13, NCAA Football 13, FIFA Soccer 13, or Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 13, this is the perfect opportunity — and yes, this deal is only on PSN. You’ll be able to download the full game and extra content bundle all month long.
To download any of these deals, turn on your PS3 and head to PlayStation Store after today’s update goes live, then click on Games -> Hot on PS3 -> Weekly Deals. Click on the “Sales and Specials” section on the left and you’ll see the four different EA Sports bundles as you scroll to your right. Click on any bundle and then click “Purchase” to download the complete game and bonus content.
Attention PlayStation Nation: we’re back with the biggest gaming tournament of the year – the $1 Million EA Sports Challenge Series powered by Virgin Gaming! Last year, we blew the doors off of the sports gaming scene and now we’re giving you another chance to take home huge cash prizes for playing FIFA 13, Madden NFL 13 and NHL 13.
To get a taste of what last year’s experience was like, check out this video recap from the 2012 tournament finals in New York. Last year in NYC, we made legends out of Adam Winster (FIFA 12 Challenge Champion), Tyler Glen (Madden NFL 12 Challenge Champion) and John Grasso (NHL 12 Challenge Champion). These gamers took home life-changing prizes and will be defending their titles in 2013. Bring your best game and you could be crowned this year’s champ.
With Euro 2012 getting underway and the latest version of the beautiful game on PlayStation 3 mesmerising crowds at E3 2012, it was the perfect time to catch up with EA SPORTS FIFA 13 producer David Rutter. Here, he explains how this year’s online offering is second to none.
Simon: How has FIFA Street impacted on FIFA 13?
David Rutter: The Precision Dribbling 2.0 – that’s the glamorous name for it – did owe something to that game, yes. We were looking at improved dribbling overall as a big holistic feature, we wanted the ability to move in 360 degrees, we wanted fidelity of distance and we also wanted face angle. That was a big thing for us, the ability to have the player’s face pointing in the right direction no matter which way they’re going.
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